February may be the shortest month of the year, but there is certainly no shortage of unusual holidays to celebrate.
February 4th: Ice Cream for Breakfast... READ ON
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The kazoo is an under-appreciated instrument. To remedy that fact, fans from across America have united to celebrate National Kazoo Day (today!), a day when the lowly humming instrument can finally receive the credit it deserves. Here are a few fascinating points in the history of the great musical... READ ON
It’s a New Year, which means 12 new months to observe some offbeat, obscure and just plain odd holidays. Like these!
January 7th: National Old Rock Day
Have you thanked a veteran rock today? Though no official creator has stepped forward, paleontologists must be behind this holiday honoring the fossils and rock formations that are as old as time.
January 9th: National Static Electricity... READ ON
Most store-bought Christmas cards feature Santa and his reindeer, Christmas trees or religious iconography. Here are some people who went in another direction.... READ ON
At points in the 1990s, 50% of all CDs being produced worldwide were for AOL.